Questions about funding opportunities? Contact Samantha Paxton at (425) 885-4014 ext. 5 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
GoFundMe.org is providing $500 grants to businesses which raise $500 or more in matching contributions on its platform.
Google Ad Grants
Ad Grants provides access to $10,000 USD of in-kind advertising every month for text ads. How Google Ad Grants works You’ll receive $10,000 USD of in-kind advertising from Google each month to create text-based ads, and get access to tools to help you build effective campaigns that can display on Google Search when people look for information related to your nonprofit.
Request a Google for Nonprofits account. Once your nonprofit is verified and you’ve activated Ad Grants, see our resources and FAQ to get the most out of the program.
Hazardous Waste Management Program
King County’s Hazardous Waste Management Program offers a voucher incentive program for eligible businesses to purchase PPE and make other improvements. Eligible businesses can receive up to $599 cash back for these improvements.
Heart of Bellevue
Bellevue is a diverse, growing city with a community that—now more than ever—is striving to support its own. In the last year, we’ve seen more than ever how the collaboration, compassion, and shared wisdom from the "people behind the place" matters. The strength of our human connections will continue to inspire the work of the BDA – it truly is what sets Downtown Bellevue apart. This campaign is designed to connect and promote local businesses while building vibrancy in Downtown Bellevue. We’re sharing stories of activity, creativity and recovery to bring vitality back to our urban core. Read more about the campaign here.
GET INVOLVED:It's easy and free to participate. Simply tell us what you’ve been up, display your support, and learn more about the campaign HERE: https://www.bellevuedowntown.com/heart-of-bellevue/contact-form.
Housing Equity Accelerator
The Housing Equity Accelerator will provide mentorship and a capacity-building curriculum for developers of color, as well as pre-development grant funding for upfront project costs for deals the developers are actively working on. The Housing Equity Accelerator is open to for-profit developers of color with a demonstrated commitment to affordable and workforce housing. The selected developers or “fellows” will have access to a broad network of established real estate professionals. The fellows will participate in training sessions on a range of topics, from project feasibility to joint venture partnerships, and have one-on-one sessions with mentors to tackle specific project barriers.